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Chartered Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession which aims to restore wellbeing following injury, pain or disability. We help you to maximise mobility and functional ability throughout all life stages. Chartered Physiotherapy has a scientific basis and takes a holistic approach … Continue reading
At Motion Physio Clinic we treat many soft tissue injuries. These refer to injuries of the muscles, tendons (which attach muscle to bone), ligaments (which attach bone to bone) and nerves. A muscle tear, strain or pull refers to damage … Continue reading
The rotator cuff is a term for a collection of small muscles located around your shoulder blade which insert onto the top of the arm. They help move and stabilise your shoulder joint. These muscles come together to form a … Continue reading
There has been a recent increase in presentation of neck and back pain due to overuse of mobile devices. I first encountered this type of pain a few years ago when a gentleman came into the clinic in January with … Continue reading
‘What can I say….but you’re just the best. My knees are back working perfectly again, thank you so much’ John, Naas. ‘Avril is a brilliant Physio, an expert in her profession. I have been attending Motion Physio Clinic and I … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again, where we think about the year ahead and ways to improve things in our life. The big resolution for many people is starting to exercise regularly.
It is great that Christmas has come around again and I hope everyone has great Christmas plans this year. Unfortunately, the Christmas period can lead to pain due to long car journeys, sitting awkwardly in front of the TV for … Continue reading
It’s that time of year for some advice to avoid back pain during the festive season. Follow the tips below for the next few weeks so you get to Christmas day painfree!
Orthotics or Shoe Insoles are specially prescribed insoles to suit your foot type. They can be simple additions to the insoles in your shoes or they can be a customised device made from a cast of your foot. The aim of … Continue reading